Prerequisites

1. Must hold a valid Private Pilot License or Commercial Pilot license to be eligible for the Single IFR rating.

2. Must hold an unrestricted Category 1 or 3 Medical Certificate completed by a Transport Canada approved Medical Examiner.

3. Must have completed the INRAT exam. 

4. Must have logged a total of 50 hours PIC cross country time. 

TRAINING PROGRAM

Instrument Flying

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  • 40 Hours minimum consisting of:
  • 40 hours dual (with instructor) 
  • up to 20 hours of the instrument training can be done in the simulator

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

  • 40 hours instrument time (20 maximum in a simulator)
  • 50 hours PIC Cross-Country Time
  • Transport Canada Instrument Rating Written Exam
  • Transport Canada Group 1 Instrument Rating Flight Test 

PRIVILEGES OF NIGHT RATING HOLDER

  • Operate Group 1 (multi-engine) or Group 3 (single-engine) aircraft, under Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) and in Instrument Meteorological Conditions i.e. in cloud or below VFR Weather Minima
  • Exercise the privileges of a VFR Over-The-Top Rating